Fordham Media Mentions: April 7, 2017

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

Fordham hosts first-ever Bronx Celebration Day
News 12 The Bronx 04-01-17
From food to the arts to history and everything in between, the best the borough has to offer was on display on Sunday at Fordham University as the school hosted the first-ever Bronx Celebration Day.

Vin Scully Exculsive Interview with WFUV Radio
BigNews.biz 04-04-17
On its Final Four/MLB Preview edition of One on One, legendary broadcaster and WFUV Radio alum Vin Scully joined Dan Bradley and Tom Scibelli.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

Fordham hosts first-ever Bronx Celebration Day
News 12 The Bronx 04-01-17
From food to the arts to history and everything in between, the best the borough has to offer was on display on Sunday at Fordham University as the school hosted the first-ever Bronx Celebration Day.

WFUV

Vin Scully Exculsive Interview with WFUV Radio
BigNews.biz 04-04-17
On its Final Four/MLB Preview edition of One on One, legendary broadcaster and WFUV Radio alum Vin Scully joined Dan Bradley and Tom Scibelli.

ADMINISTRATION

LESLEY A. MASSIAH-ARTHUR
Senator Klein Announces New College Affordability Plan to Cut College Costs
The Bronx Chronicle 04-03-17
The proposal has won the praise of Dr. Tim Hall, President of Mercy College; Dr. Victor G. Alicea, President of Boricua College; Brennan O’Donnell, President of Manhattan College; and Lesley A Massiah-Arthur, Associate Vice President for Government Relations and Urban Affairs at Fordham University.

INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS STAFF

ANGELA WELLS
Women On The Move: St. John’s Celebrates International Women’s Day with Spotlight on Women Refugees and Migrants
FamVin.org 03-30-17
Finally, Ms. Angela Wells from the Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs at Fordham University shared stories of refugee women collected from East Africa.

SCHOOL OF LAW

Fashion and Government Need Closer Ties, Maloney Says
Women’s Wear Daily 04-01-17
During a Friday panel discussion hosted by Fordham University’s Fashion Law Institute on “frontiers and land mines for fashion entrepreneurs,” the controversial border adju…
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How Cable TV Inadvertently Shined A Light On The Obstacles Women Of Color Face In The Workplace
MediaMatters.org 03-31-17
Researchers at Fordham University School of Law attributed this phenomenon to “racialized sex stereotypes that pervade sexual harassment.”

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE

Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service’s Westchester Student Congress to Host Family Empowerment Day
Benzinga.com 04-05-16
April 19th event co-sponsored with Fordham Westchester’s Campus Ministry will provide dinner, gifts to families living in Coachman Family residence.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

BRUCE A. GREEN
Trump Loves ‘Fake Judges,’ Can’t Stand Real Judges (Perspective)
Bloomberg Law 03-28-17
Editor’s Note: The author is the Louis Stein Chair at Fordham Law School, where he directs the Louis Stein Center for Law and Ethics.

BRUCE A. GREEN
Michael Flynn Should Listen to a Lawyer (Perspective)
Bloomberg Law 04-03-17
The author is the Louis Stein Chair at Fordham Law School, where he directs the Louis Stein Center for Law and Ethics.

JAMES A. COHEN
An Illegal Gun on the Streets Is No Slam Dunk in Court
TheTrace.org 03-31-17
But Fordham law professor Jim Cohen says that tool is not often employed in New York.

DEBORAH DENNO
Book Review: “The Brain Defense”, Kevin Davis
Discover Magazine 04-01-17
Deborah Denno at Fordham University in New York published an interesting paper called “The Myth of the Double Edged Sword,” in which she made a strong case that rarely, if ever, does the issue of future dangerousness come up or that using neuroscience can sabotage a case [for the defense].

DEBORAH DENNO
Why Arkansas plans to kill eight men in 11 days
Arkansas Times 04-06-17
After this intense battle, proponents of capital punishment needed a “method that would look humane, and here comes lethal injection,” said Deborah Denno, a professor at New York’s Fordham University Law School who studies the history of the death penalty.

VICTOR L. ESSIEN
Ghanaians put their arms around New York
Africasacountry.com 03-31-17
Also citing Nkrumah’s 6th of March speech that “the independence of Ghana is meaningless unless it is linked up with the total liberation of Africa” Mr. Victor Essien, a law professor from Fordham University who was also honored on the night instructed the audience in his keynote to keep in mind “as we Ghanaians accept this honor, to think that this recognition is meaningless unless it it is linked with the recognition of all immigrants, be they Muslim, Christian or Jew;  Africans, Europeans or Asians.”

JOHN D. FEERICK
This edition: John D. Feerick on the 25th Amendment
CUNY TV 03-28-17
Guest John Feerick is a professor and former dean at Fordham Law School.

MATTHEW A. GOLD
Trump’s orders target trade abuses, import duty evasion
Reuters 03-31-17
The study of trade abuses appeared aimed at justifying unilateral retaliatory trade actions by the United States, said Matt Gold, a former deputy assistant U.S. trade representative who is now an adjunct trade law professor at Fordham University in New York.

MATTHEW A. GOLD
Trump’s executive orders on trade: getting tough or just more of the same? (+video)
The Christian Science Monitor 04-04-17
“The country-by-country trade deficit report will not add anything of value to the information in the National Trade Estimate which has been issued annually for nearly 30 years,” says Matt Gold, an adjunct law professor at Fordham University.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
Think Tank: Is Your Company’s Dress Code Illegal?
Women’s Wear Daily 03-29-17
Professor Susan Scafidi teaches at Fordham and is founder of the Fashion Law Institute.
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JENNIFER GORDON
House bill prompts debate about constitutional rights for undocumented immigrants
Miami Herald 04-03-17
And Fordham law professor Jennifer Gordon said that some undocumented immigrants get almost no due process in removal proceedings.

JOEL COHEN
Michael Flynn and the immunity game
The Hill 04-06-17
By Joel Cohen

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY

JOHN CAREY
TV has become an augmented reality game
TheOutline.com 04-05-17
But according to John Carey, a communications and media management professor at Fordham University in New York City, it’s likely that our definitions of such things will shift sooner rather than later.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE FACULTY

AMY HOROWITZ
Boomerang seniors: Aging adults move to be near Mom or Dad
USA Today 03-30-17
Caregiving for an older family member is not what it was when first studied and coined as the “sandwich generation,” those people squeezed between aging parents and young children, said Amy Horowitz, a professor of social work at Fordham University in New York City.

LYN KENNEDY SLATER
Lyn Slater: The professor who became an accidental fashion icon
Stuff.co.nz 04-04-17
As a professor at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Social Service, Slater has devised a personal style that works for her professionally.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION FACULTY

JOHN CRAVEN
U.S. Students Fail to Impress in Math and Science
GoodCall.com 04-04-17
John Craven, associate professor of education in the Graduate School of Education at Fordham University, tells GoodCall®, “TIMSS and PISA are two widely cited international tests used to compare educational systems at the international level.”

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

KURT JETTA
Why Color Cosmetics are a Beauty Anomaly
Global Cosmetic Industry Magazine 03-30-17
By Dr. Kurt Jetta, TABS Analytics

GIACOMO SANTANGELO
Local businesses hope to play their cards right
The Columbian 04-02-17
Even though those individual casinos seem vulnerable, the higher-wage jobs should benefit the region overall, according to Giacomo Santangelo, an economist with Fordham University in New York. With workers earning more money, there could be a net positive.

PAUL LEVINSON
Inside Topps and the NYC baseball card industry
am New York 04-03-17
“People appreciate the difference between [a digital collection]and holding a piece of memorabilia in our hands,” said Paul Levinson, professor of pop culture at Fordham University.

MICKI MCGEE
Richard Bolles Dies at 90; Wrote ‘What Color Is Your Parachute?’
The New York Times 04-01-17
Yet whether he knew it or not, Mr. Bolles had anticipated a sea change in the relationship between workers and employers in the United States, said Micki McGee, an associate professor of sociology at Fordham University and the author of “Self-Help, Inc.: Makeover Culture in American Life,” a 2005 examination of self-help literature that includes an analysis of Mr. Bolles’s book.

OLENA NIKOLAYENKO
Women of the Euromaidan
Eurasian Enigma 03-28-17
Not merely helpers but makers of the revolution: researcher Olena Nikolayenko on the steadfast women who put their lives on the line for Ukraine’s future.

J. PATRICK HORNBECK II
The Sanctuary Movement Was Reignited Under Obama and It’s Growing Under Trump
Truth-Out.org 04-03-17
A recent Reuters piece quoted J. Patrick Hornbeck II, chairman of the theology department at Fordham University, on the possibility that the “religious left” movement in the US could gain significant new power and momentum under Trump.

CHRISTINA GREER
Political scientist discusses Internet Privacy under Trump on MSNBC
MSNBC 04-03-17
Christina Greer, an associate professor of political science at Fordham, talks internet browser privacy under Trump, with Ari Melber on MSNBC. Video courtesy of MSNBC.

CHRISTINA GREER
#56: And Justice for Some
In The Thick Podcast 04-04-17
Host Julio Ricardo Varela leads a discussion on this and more with Christina Greer, associate professor of political science at Fordham University, and Cristian Farías, Legal Affairs Reporter for The Huffington Post.

CHRISTINA GREER
De Blasio is off the hook. Now what?
New York Amsterdam News 04-06-17
Christina Greer, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Fordham University, the author of “Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream,” and the host of The Aftermath on Ozy.com.

LEONARD CASSUTO
How to Cut Time to Degree
The Chronicle of Higher Education 04-05-17
By Leonard Cassuto

RACHEL ANNUNZIATO
Glory Thieves
BaseballHistoryDaily.com 04-06-17
Dr. Freud was not available for a second opinion but Dr. Rachel Annunziato was. Annunziato, associate professor of Psychology at Fordham University said: “I would say given how easily such claims could be debunked these days, there might be concerns about significant mental illness—delusions–and perhaps antisocial personality characteristics which can include lying and manipulating.”

ATHLETICS

Fordham Football Appoints Wide Receiver Coach
The Bronx Chronicle 04-06-17
Andre Barboza, former assistant coach at Sacred Heart University, was named an assistant football coach at Fordham University it was announced by head coach Andrew Breiner.

STUDENTS

Former GMC player James Corrigan to stream live audio broadcasts of baseball games
MyCentralJersey.com 03-30-17
Corrigan, who also played varsity soccer and basketball for the Hawks, will be using his talent as a broadcaster at Fordham University, where he is currently a junior, to provide play-by-play of select GMC baseball games this season.

Top 10 #Relatable Instagram Accounts
CollegeMagazine.com 03-31-17
By tagging a friend in a meme or a text post, it buffers the seriousness of the subject matter and turns it into a funny inside joke,” Fordham University junior Christina Monaco said.

What You Need to Know About Food Justice
SpoonUniversity.com 04-05-17
By Sarah Kimball, Fordham University

ALUMNI

Bumgarner chasing Marichal and other Opening Day thoughts
San Francisco Chronicle 04-04-17
In a wide-ranging interview on WFUV, the radio station at Fordham University, Scully’s alma mater, he predicted the Dodgers will win the West “very easily” and that reliever Will Smith’s absence will be a big loss for the Giants.

Former Dodgers Broadcaster Vin Scully Isn’t Looking Back, Instead Spent Opening Day at the Car Wash
NBC Los Angeles 04-04-17
“I won’t worry about what I have to do or should do, I just do,” Scully told WFUV radio at Fordham University, his alma mater.

Who Plays Courtney On ’13 Reasons Why’? Michele Selene Ang Makes Her TV Debut
Romper.com 03-31-17
[Michele Selene] Ang graduated just last year from Fordham University’s Theater Performance program at Lincoln Center.

This 13 Reasons Why Actress Is Making A Statement About Whitewashing In Hollywood
Refinery29 04-03-17
Commenters can only agree with [Michele Selene] Ang, a Fordham University graduate.

Knead a Slice? A pizza passion fires up at the Broad Street Market.
TheBurgNews.com 03-31-17
[Jennie O’Neill and Terry Hanley] met while attending Fordham University in New York City.

Manhattan College Announces 2017 Commencement Speakers
Stamford Advocate 04-04-17
[Bettye] Perkins received a bachelor’s degree in education from North Carolina A&T State University, a master’s degree in education administration from Pace University, and a doctorate degree in educational leadership and urban policy from Fordham University.

Allied Universal’s Caress Kennedy Receives City & State New York Above & Beyond Award for Excellence
ABC6.com 04-05-17
She received her MBA in Management from Pace University and BA in Communications Arts from Fordham University.

OBITUARIES

Jack Ziegler, 74, Of Queens, NY, cartoonist for The New Yorker
Jack Ziegler, Cartoonist at The New Yorker, Dies at 74
The New York Times 03-31-17
While studying at Fordham University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in communication arts, he was a page at CBS’s Studio 50 in Manhattan and was in the theater when the Beatles first performed on “The Ed Sullivan Show” in 1964.

Robert Isseks, Of Middletown, NY, attorney
Well-respected Middletown lawyer dies suddenly
MidHudsonNews.com 04-04-17
He received a Masters Degree in philosophy from Colgate University in 1975 and graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 1978.

Father Jerome Jayasuriya, Of Fort Worth, TX, priest
Father Jerome Jayasuriya, who served and assisted in various area parishes, died March 31
NorthTexasCatholic.org 04-03-17
He earned another degree in philosophy from Fordham University in 1984.

Sister Rosellen Ann McCann, C.S.J., Of Brentwood, NY, teacher
Obituary – Sister Rosellen Ann McCann, C.S.J.
The Tablet 04-05-17
She earned a bachelor’s degree in geology/anthropology and then education from Hunter College, followed by master’s degrees in school counseling from St. John’s University, Jamaica, and administration/supervision from Fordham University.

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